Climate Week NYC 2019 Invites You to Participate
Climate Week NYC 2019 has launched its event and business campaign registration. Climate Week NYC 2019, taking place on September 23rd-29th, is the biggest Climate Week in the world, and on track to surpass last year’s 150 events across New York City. There is no better time and place for individuals, organizations, and communities to come together to discuss and take climate action.
The Climate Group, an international nonprofit, runs Climate Week NYC each year in coordination with the United Nations and the City of New York, and this year it will run in parallel with the United Nations Secretary-General’s Climate Action Summit.
Climate Week NYC is inviting all organizations and businesses to participate:
1. Host an Event: Organizations can become an event host to encourage climate action. From panels to art shows, seminars to exhibitions, the entire New York City community can be involved in showcasing the unstoppable momentum of global climate action. Register your event here.
2. Make Climate Action Your Business: Climate Week NYC is joining with businesses–big or small–from across the five boroughs of New York City to raise awareness of climate action. From restaurants to shops, to museums and services, The Climate Group is inviting all local businesses to apply to their “Climate Action is Our Business” campaign to promote the accessible steps that companies are taking to ensure planetary health. Register your business here.
Throughout Climate Week NYC, official events happening all over the city will attract influential business and government leaders from around the world. Event organizers in the past have included policymakers, international businesses, academic institutions, museums, community groups, and NGOs.
Climate Week NYC 2019 Events will be categorized in the following Programs (click to find out more or to register an event):
• Youth & Climate Activism
• Energy Transition
• Industry Transition
• Clean Transport, Buildings and Infrastructure
• Food, Land and Nature-Based Solutions
• Climate Finance, Investment and Carbon Pricing
• National Government Policy and Commitment
• State, City and Local Action
• Health, Equality and Justice
• Sustainable Travel and Leisure
• Resilience and Adaption to Climate Change